Commonwealth Bay, Antarctica. Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) 1911-1914. courtesy Victoria State Library, SOURCE
The Spirit of Mawson AAE 2013-2014 is divided into two legs, The first focuses on the Australasian subantarctic islands. On the second leg a longer, the voyage will head south, deep into the Southern Ocean to Antarctica. courtesy The Spirit of Mawson Australasian Antarctic Expedition 2013-2014 , SOURCE
Shokalski, the expedition vessel. Science and adventure will be combined, repeating century old measurements to discover and communicate the environmental changes taking place in the south. courtesy The Spirit of Mawson Australasian Antarctic Expedition 2013-2014 , SOURCE
Video trailer of the AAE 2013-14 courtesy The Spirit of Mawson Australasian Antarctic Expedition 2013-2014 by Chris Turney., SOURCE
Chris Turney receiving the replica gear for the expedition. courtesy Chris Turney, SOURCE
Chris Turney and Chris Fogwill doing fieldwork on Antarctica. courtesy Chris Turney, SOURCE
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(By Correne Coetzer, updated Aug 30, 2013 06:33 pm EDT here) Australian Polar scientists, Chris Turney and Chris Fogwill, of the University of New South Whales, together with Antarctic veteran geologist and mountaineer, Greg Mortimer, are leading a research expedition on Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic oceanography, climate and biology at the end of the year. Marking the centenary of the main science program undertaken by the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) led by Douglas Mawson, science and adventure will be...